Schools must provide more than just a safe environment for learners, it must also provide excitement, challenge and discipline. Learning involves a complex mix of dependence, interdependence and independence. While there is a host of issues spread under the particular subject of pastoral care, i-ED, though this module would look at some psychosocial factors affecting pastoral care in schools. This involves intricate emphasis on attitudes, behaviours and social cognitive processes.
|Requirements:||Principals, Teachers, DEOs, TEOs, Educationists, Warden and Matron|
|Benefits:||Pastoral care aims at looking at the welfare of total school community members. It is an effective vehicle by which the school can hand on its culture and traditions. It assists in providing sensitivity, warmth, thorough and realistic learning environment. This process involves high expectations, respect and inclusion of all students in the learning process. Ultimately, it should facilitate within individuals the development of problem solving strategies, flexibility and adaptation for life in a changing society.|
|Venue:||Peling Resort, Phuentsholing|
|Course Inclusive:||Tea & Snacks, Lunch, Professional fee, resource fee and certificates|
|Special Offers:||50% discount in iED Associated Hotels|